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Science 10 Bio Worksheets

Science 10 Bio Worksheets

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Science 10 Biology Worksheet #1 Name: ______________________ Date: ________________________ Part 1 Match the lettered word in column A to responses in column

B. Column A A) procaryote D) DNA G) respiration J) golgi bodies M) protein P) vacoule S) plants V) cell membrane B) E) H) K) N) Q) T) W) eucaryote C) cytoplasm F) ADP I) sugars L) lysosome O) chloroplast R) meiosis U) nuclear membrane nucleolus mitochondria endoplasmic reticulum ribosome paramecium cellulose mitosis

Responses, Column B _____ 1. Normal cell division _____ 2. Adenosine diphosphate _____ 3. The part of the cell found outside the nucleus _____ 4. This structure acts as a transport tube for cell products. _____ 5. Site of protein biosynthesis _____ 6. This substance makes up the cell wall _____ 7. Ability to photosynthesize _____ 8. Cellular reproduction to produce 23 chromosomes _____ 9. No nuclear membrane; ie bacteria _____10. Genetic information found in the nucleus _____11. Site of cellular respiration _____12. Responsible for the storage and secretion of cell products _____13. Build worn parts for the cell, function as chemicals… _____14. Ie. Glucose, sucrose, fructose _____15. Source of digestive enzymes that break down food _____16. Storage of fluids or products _____17. Contains chlorophyll _____18. Have a nuclear membrane _____19. Food (glucose) + O2 → CO2 + H2O + Energy _____20. A one celled organism

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Low power __________ High power __________ 2. Given: Ocular lens 20x Objective lenses 15x. Define: a) Endocytosis b) Exocytosis c) Pinocytosis d) Phagocytosis e) Xylem f) Phloem Science 10 Biology 2 . a) b) c) 3. 30x. Write the formula for photosynthesis using words and formulas. under medium power. a) What is the magnification at: low power? ________ medium power? ________ high power? ________ b) Calculate the field of view under low power and high power if. List the three shapes of bacteria and give an example of each. 4. 40x 1.5mm. the field measured 4.Part 2 Fill in the missing values.

Part 3 Fill in the blanks. molecule. molecule 4. Which of the following is in the correct order of increasing size? a) chromosome. molecule. 5. gene. chromosome. cell d) gene. Name 3 types of microscopes and the maximum magnification power of each. gene. Name of microscope Maximum magnification a) b) c) 3. chromosome. List 4 differences between Animal and Plant cells. 1. cell e) cell. What is the Latin prefix for seven? 6. cell. chromosome. gene. gene. Another name for lipid is __________. 2. Animal cells a) b) c) d) Plant cells Science 10 Biology 3 . Write a formula for ATP production. chromosome c) molecule. molecule b) cell.

no plastids ____________ c) unicellular procaryotes_______________ d) not bound by a nucleus. Name the stain we used in class on onion cells. 12. 11. Give one example of each of the following: a) Protista ____________________________________ b) Fungi ____________________________________ c) Bacteria ___________________________________ d) Virus _____________________________________ Science 10 Biology 4 . no organelles_______________ e) unicellular or colonial eukaryotes_______________ f) stationary multicellular eukaryotes with plastids ______________ 14. Proteins are made from_______________. Two different egg cells united with sperm cells and growing at the same time in the mother's womb will produce ______________. 8. The union of egg and sperm is called_______________. No two individuals have the same DNA unless __________. List the Kingdoms which correspond to the characteristics listed. 9. What color is the plastid xanthophyll? _______________ 13. a) like plants but no chloroplasts. reproduce by spores ______________ b) multicellular eukaryotes.7. no cell wall. 10.

____________. __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 3. _____ Low power objective ____ Light source _____ Medium power objective _____ Slide clips _____ On/Off switch _____ Nosepiece _____ Ocular lens _____ Body tube _____ Diaphragm _____ Fine focus _____ Arm _____ Stage _____ Base _____ Coarse focus _____ High power objective Science 10 Biology 5 . ____________. For the following scientists. Identify the microscope parts: Place the correct number in the appropriate space. identify a contribution they made to the study of microscopic science: a) Janssen Brothers _______________ b) Galileo _______________________ c) Hooke ________________________ d) Leewenhoek ___________________ e) Knoll/Ruska ___________________ Name two microscopes used in the classroom.Science 10 Biology Worksheet #2 1. The cell is the basic unit of ____________. 4. and briefly describe how they differ. 2. list their main functions.

Field of view .5. 10x. Cell parts an their function a) Place the correct letter from the diagram beside the proper name on the work list. 25x. 40x Magnification Low power Medium power High power b) ocular lens 15x objective lenses 10x.8mm 6.fill in the missing values a) ocular lens 10x objective lenses 4x. 3 4 5 1 2 6 7 8 9 10 _____ cell membrane _____ cytoplasm _____ Golgi body _____ nucleus _____ ribosomes _____ nuclear membrane _____ vacuole _____ lysosome _____ endoplasmic reticulum _____ mitochondria Science 10 Biology 6 . 90x Magnification Low power Medium power High power Field of view 10mm Field of view 3.

and ________________. ________________. It is in DNA that we find ____________. Name 4 sugars: ________________. __________________________________________________________ 9. a) __________________________________________________ b) __________________________________________________ c) __________________________________________________ 11. _______________. Sugar is an example of a carbohydrate. and O. Mitosis occurs in non-sex cells to produce _____________ ____________ from a parent cell. 8. 10. H. Humans have _____ chromosomes. which are made up of genes. The following pigments are what colors? a) chlorophyll ___________________ b) carotene ____________________ c) xanthophyll ____________________ 13. place that number beside the proper functions below. i) The part of the cell found outside the nucleus _____ ii) Site of cellular respiration _____ iii) Source of digestive enzymes that break food down _____ iv) Structure that acts as a transport tube for cell products _____ v) Responsible for storage and secretion of cell products _____ vi) Storage of fluid or products _____ vii) Site of protein biosynthesis _____ viii) Double layered membrane made up of lipids and protein _____ ix) Semipermeable structure that separates one cell from the next _____ x) Structure which contains DNA _____ 7. List 4 ways plant cells differ from animal cells.b) Functions: For the structures you correctly named in a). Science 10 Biology 7 . 1) ____________________________________________________ 2) ____________________________________________________ 3) ____________________________________________________ 4) ____________________________________________________ 12. A carbohydrate molecule is made up of C. List 3 functions of proteins. Write the equation for cellular respiration.

21. 17. As a consumer. They are ______________. 23. ________________ 4. 24. Heterotrophs must __________ other organisms. _______________________ 6. ADP is properly named _____________________________. 25. 20. These laws state: First law __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ Second law ________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ Science 10 Biology 8 . _______________________ 18. They are known as ________________. List the 6 Kingdoms. Cells which have nuclear membranes are known as _______________ and cells with no nuclear membranes are known as _______________.14. ________________ 3. ________________ 2. 15. To maintain homeostasis. are photosynthesizers). 1. Producers often use _____________ ____________ and ____________ as a means to convert energy from one form to another. The fact the energy is being transferred from one being to another leads to the First and Second laws of Thermodynamics. Some organisms use inorganic material to do so. Autotrophs can make their own food. living organisms must do 3 things: a) _____________________________________________________ b) _____________________________________________________ c) _____________________________________________________ 19. Each gamete has ____________ chromosomes to produce a 46 chromosomal offspring called a ________________. like plants. 16. _______________________ 5. Consumers being eaten by other consumers makes up the _________ __________. (Some. Meiosis only occurs in sex cells. we must obtain _____________ by eating ___________ and other ___________. namely __________________ and _____________. What is the difference between biotic and a biotic? ________________ __________________________________________________________ 22.

a) ________________________________________________________ b) ________________________________________________________ c) ________________________________________________________ 29. All organisms then need to remove _____________. 27. Then all organisms must maintain ____________________. which is allowed to stay would prove toxic. 35. 30. The engulfing of solid particles is more specifically known as ________________ and the engulfing of liquid particles is known as __________________. 32. All organisms require _______________ to carry on life processes. a balance between input and output of energy. 34. If products flow ______ the river. Describe each briefly. The movement of particles out of a membrane is called ___________________. Osmosis can result in 3 types of solutions. Science 10 Biology 9 . How do they differ? _______________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ 28.they are __________ and ______________. Endocytosis involves the ________________ of particles across a membrane. Autotrophs use inorganic materials to gain energy.26. Nutrients are converted using cellular respiration or photosynthesis. we say they move _____________ the concentration gradient. 31. They also use the ___________. Passive transport includes 2 types of movement across membranes . If products move ________ the river. An example of active transport is the ____________________ ______________ _____________. Concentration gradients can be compared to a river flowing. Active transport is the flow of particles ___________________ the concentration gradient. Facilitated transport requires ________________ molecules to help particles move across the membrane. 33. Heterotrophs ingest ______________ _____________ to gain energy. we say they move ___________ the concentration gradient.

38. Water and nutrients are absorbed through the ________________ system.36. 44. 43. reptiles. a) Agricultural engineers _________________________________________ b) Agronomists _________________________________________________ c) Animal sciences ______________________________________________ d) Entomologists ________________________________________________ e) Plant sciences ________________________________________________ f) Geneticists __________________________________________________ Science 10 Biology 10 . and ______________. Plants get rid of some wastes through _________________ found on the leaves. birds. 41. 40. For the following scientists. a) ________________________________________________________ b) ________________________________________________________ 42. while animals with a closed circulatory system have a ___________________. Between cells different types of transport occur . 3 main plant organs are _____________.these are _______________ and ____________ transport. 45. Name each and briefly list its function. 37. ________________ organisms can seek out their food. Mammals. and some amphibians rely on _____________ for internal gas exchange. _________________ organisms must rely on dissolved gases and food to come to them. The root is made up of 2 main tissues. Nitrogen wastes are ________________ in large land animals through the __________. list what they study. Animals with an open circulatory system lack a true ______________. while gases are absorbed through the _____________ system. 46. Most animals have 2 separate ways of absorption. _____________. 39.

Define chromosome. What is the characteristic of eucaryote cells? 6. Write the formula for cellular respiration? 11. 12. What is the function of the Golgi bodies? 14. 5. List three types of microscopes and their magnification powers. 15. 2. Write the formula for ATP production. List 4 sugars. 16. The nuclear membrane is made up of how many layers? What are the layers made of? 3. What is the function of the lysosomes? 19. Define procaryote cells. 4. What are proteins made from? 18. What is the function of the vacuole? Science 10 Biology 11 . 7. What is the function of the endoplasmic reticulum? 13. What is the function of the ribosomes and where are they often found? 17. Define semipermeable. What is the function of the mitochondria? 10. 12.Science 10 Biology Worksheet #3 1. Define cytoplasm. Give two examples. 8. Define gene. 9. List the Latin prefixes for 1 to 10.

List 3 pigments and their associated colors. Animal Plant 21. and 40x Complete the following table. List 4 differences between plant and animal cells. What is a plastid? 22. Given: Ocular lens = 5x Objectives lenses = 10x. Why do we stain cells? 24. Power Low Medium High Magnification Field of view 2. Kingdom Description Examples Science 10 Biology 12 . List the 6 Kingdoms of living systems and describe each. 20x.20.0mm 25. 23.

Lung 5. Autotroph 12. Mitochondria 17. Golgi bodies 22. Chloroplast Science 10 Biology 13 . Photosynthesis 13. Agronomist 11. Ribosome 23.Science 10 Biology Worksheet #4 Define each of the following and list important points. Large intestine 9. 1. Nucleolus 16. Abiotic 2. Small intestine 8. Liver 6. Endoplasmic reticulum 21. Nucleus 19. Bladder 4. Active transport 10. Stomach 7. Biotic 3. Cytoplasm 18. Chromosomes 20. Chemosynthesis 14. Plastids 24. Bacteria 15.

Osmosis 41. Inorganic matter Science 10 Biology 14 . Phagocytosis 42. Eucaryote cell 28. ATP 32. Pinocytosis 43. Homeostasis 48. Organelle 27. Respiration 31. Organic matter 49. Procaryote cell 29. Enzyme 36. Protein 35. Carbohydrate 33. DNA 30.25. Permeable 38. Vacuoles 26. Diffusion 40. Entomologist 46. Heterotroph 47. Exocytosis 44. Lysosome 37. Endocytes 45. Semi-permeable 39. Amino acid 34.

Field of view 51. Hooke 66. Plastid 60. Chlorophyll 59. Xylem 58. Hypotonic 55. Sessile 65. identify all parts of the cell 2. Phloem 57. identify functions of plant roots and leaves Science 10 Biology 15 . identify the different parts of the microscope 3.50. compute field of view and magnification problems concerning microscopes 4. Tissue 53. Isotonic 56. Hypertonic 54. Producers 64. Virus Be able to: 1. Cuticle 62. Hydroponics 61. Organ 52. Consumers 63.

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